Hey it’s Chris. Some of the links on this page may be sponsored - it helps keep the blog going. Cool? Onto the article...

Have you ever woken up with a sore shoulder?

Have you ever overextended your shoulder in a way that you know you shouldn’t have?

Yes and yes for me.

Sore shoulders are all too familiar with me.

I remember when I used to play baseball in high school and I would always throw the ball as hard as I possibly could.

Those overhand throws came with a price even as a young high school kid.

I became acquainted with shoulder problems that MLB players, especially pitchers, were notorious for.

Shoulder pain is no fun.

Not being able to have a full range of motion on your shoulders because of pain or injury is anything but enjoyable.

But the good news is that if you have shoulder pain, it doesn’t have to stay like that.

And that brings me to today’s exercise topic, isometric shoulder abduction.

How effective is this exercise, you ask?

The article below will tell you everything you need to know.

So without further ado, let’s get into how to perform this simple yet highly effective exercise.

How to Perform Isometric Shoulder Abduction

  1. Stand with a wall on your right side and your right elbow bent at a 90-degree angle.
  2. Press your forearm against the wall as though you are trying to move your arm away from your body.
  3. Maintain the hold for 10 seconds and then relax the arm. After doing 10 repetitions, repeat on the opposite side.

Isometric Shoulder Abduction Videos

If you aren’t sure how to perform this exercise or aren’t sure if you’re performing this exercise correctly, don’t worry! I got you covered.

Just check out the video links below and you should be good to go!

Final Thoughts on Isometric Shoulder Abductions

If you suffer from shoulder pain or have a history of shoulder injuries as a result of sports or other physical activity, then you should definitely give this exercise a try.

You don’t want to further aggravate your shoulder pain or injury.

This is a simple yet highly effective exercise that you can perform in the comfort of your own home. You can learn more about Isometric Shoulder Abductions at the Livestrong website as well.

So go ahead! Give it a try.

Chris Cannon
Chris Cannon

Hey Chris Cannon here, founder of Free Muscle Building Tips. I hope you enjoyed this post. If you enjoyed this post then please help spread the word share it on any of your favorite social media sites. Thanks!